Anis (pictured) came first in the event in front of the home crowd at the BSP Stadium yesterday and cried when the National Anthem was played during the medal presentation.
Anis finished ahead of New Caledonia's Thierry Washetine who got Silver and Wallis and Futuna's Lutoviko Halagahu who got the Bronze.
Meantime, Paralympian Francis Kompaon won Silver after coming first in the men's 100 m sprint in the Ambulant event last night.
Kompaon got Silver after the results were adjusted for degrees of disability.
The Gold went to Sylvain Bova of New Caledonia while Bronze went to another Papua New Guinean, Samuel Nason.